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What to See on the Isola Comancina

Inhabited in Roman times and politically active, in the twelfth century gained independence and participated in the struggles at times as an ally, others as an enemy, Como. Fatal was the alliance with Milan for the war against Como (1175-1127), the latter, defeated, took revenge by destroying the island. Even... Continue reading
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What to See in Gravedona

It is no secret that Gravedona is one of the most beautiful cities on the coast of Lake Como. Not only because it stands out on the plain of the river Liro, on the west side of the shore of Lake Como, but also because it is has a place... Continue reading
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What to See in Dongo

Dongo is a village of about 4 thousand inhabitants that naturally faces the north-western shore of Lake Como, exactly along the mouth of the Albano torrent. Important are the presence of villas and noble farmhouses where the beautiful people of Milan and its surroundings came to spend their free moments... Continue reading
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What to See in Como

Not sure what to see in Como? The things to see here are so many that anyone could have a natural embarrassment of choice. Fortunately there is some small guide, like this one, on the best places to visit in Como. The must-see place par excellence of Como is the... Continue reading
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What to See in Cernobbio

Cernobbio is located on Lake Como, not far from the capital of Como. Among the prestigious villas scattered in the territory of Cernobbio, Villa D'Este, the most famous, is now home to the Grand Hotel. The first building dates back to 1589, built according to a project by the architect... Continue reading
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What to See in Bergamo

The starting point to get to know the city is Bergamo Alta, where Piazza Duomo is located, primarily home to the beautiful Colleoni Chapel. In the square there are also the Baptistery, the Basilica of S. Maria Maggiore with no fa├žade but with four entrances including the two entrances "of... Continue reading
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What to See in Colico

Colico is a very busy town during the summer season, it presents not only interesting architecture but also naturalist glimpses of remarkable merit. Worth noting is the Abbey of Piona (11th century), located on the peninsula that separates Lake Como from the pond of Piona, today the abbey is entrusted... Continue reading
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What to See in Tavernola

Tavernola is a small gem set in a jewel. It is the smallest fraction of the Municipality of Como, a natural landing place on the lake and a reference point for sportsmen. Tavernola offers visitors its characteristic lakeside village. The houses are characterized by brick facades and a shed for... Continue reading
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What to See in Domaso

Originally a fishing village, this village, located near Gravedona and Dongo on the shores of Lake Como and is divided into two small hamlets: Pozzolo and Gaggio. Overlooking the shore you can admire the city of Bellagio in the distance. Moreover, from the banks you can admire the two branches... Continue reading
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What to See in Brienno

Enchanting medieval village, Briennio is located on the western shore of Lake Como at an altitude of 203 meters and is characterized by the many houses that seem to rise from the waters of the lake creating a truly evocative panorama. The parish church of the SS. Nazaro and Celso... Continue reading
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